Stress affects many things in our body, from our hormones to our immune system. When we pause and take time to meditate, we make an active decision to move from an overstimulated and overloaded mind to a more calm and quiet state. In this process, the brain relaxes and helps the body to relax. Our heart rate goes down, our breathing slows and becomes deeper.
Meditation is a very deep, personal journey. So, there is no “right” time to meditate. There’s only what’s right for you.
One of the buzzwords we always hear these days is ‘mindfulness’ and carrying out daily habits ‘mindfully’. Though what does mindfulness really mean?
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Meditation is a very personal journey that’s different for everyone. So, how should you start yours & how long should you meditate?